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Kamara Adiaha Mandisa Isaac Dies at Age 14

June 23, 2005 – Kamara Adiaha Mandisa Isaac, known as "Kami", died on June 18, at age 14. She died at Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital of complications from Dengue Fever. She lived at Williams Delight and was a student at St. Croix Educational complex.
She is survived by her mother, Diane Gordon; her father, Wayne "Kambuii" Crispin Isaac; and grandparents: Vincent Williams, Eldora Hodge, and Verral and Stella Isaac. She is survived by god parents: Renee Canton, Nadia Thomas, Margarita Harris, Sharon Bastian, Stephanie Adams, Raphaela Wenner, Ibucie, Sholom, Rashema, Nacisse Bascombe and Mr. Ford. Other survivors are her sisters, Karimah and Kynesa Isaac, and her brother Ahjah'Naii Gordon; aunts: Angela Gordon, Berinese Williams, Juliette Isaac and Ingrid Isaac; uncles: Michael, James, Chic, Bertie, Shaman, Kabu, Boy Joe and Clifton Isaac, and Larry "Amani" Thomas; and cousins: Steve, Classic, Judson, Michael, Mya, Michael Jr., Rebecca, Mister, Miya, Keda, Mikey, Cory, Ethan, Iesha, DeShawn, Jahmani, Nemani, Kyshante, Nicole, Patrick, Ebony, Naomi and Nicholas. She is survived by special friends: Shekaisha Wenner, Kaliza, Jasmine, Jenelle, Betty, Indira, Reneice, Shanice, Shorna, Deon, Randolph, Keisha, Rashelle, Pashelle and Ashelle, and other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Funeral services will take place on Monday, June 27 at Ebenezer Methodist Church at 10 a.m. with the viewing beginning at 9 a.m. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.
Professional arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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